- Paul Pogba has emerged as transfer target for Paris Saint-Germain
- Real Madrid and Juventus are also interested in signing the France international
- Pogba has won Europa League title and EFL Cup at Manchester United
Mauricio Pochettino who is the new gaffer of French champions Paris Saint-Germain has reportedly picked Manchester United star Paul Pogba as his main target.
Paul Pogba has been linked with a move away from Manchester United with his agent claiming that the Frenchman will not be signing a new deal at the club.
Spanish champions Real Madrid and Juventus are the two teams who have been linked with a move to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
But according to the report on Daily Star, Mauricio Pochettino is interested in signing Paul Pogba as the Argentine wants the Frenchman to help him in the Champions League.
The former Spurs' handler who assumed the reins in Paris last week believes Pogba is the perfect player to rebuild a new team around.
Despite going off the boil at Old Trafford and losing his place earlier this season, the 2016 France World Cup winner is still one of the hottest properties in football.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Jesse Lingard who is currently on the books of Manchester United emerges as target for Italian giants Inter Milan who want the Englishman on loan.
So far this season in the Premier League, Jesse Lingard has been finding it difficult to break into Manchester United's first team as Ole Solskjaer is not giving him the green light.
The Englishman will be allowed to leave Old Trafford after playing only two Carabao Cup games this season for the Red Devils.
Antonio Conte who is the handler of Inter Milan is keen to give his title chasing stars a January boost as they battle with rivals AC Milan at the top of Serie A.
Legit also reported how Bruno Fernandes is the latest Manchester United player to lament their ouster from the EFL Cup at the semifinal stage.
The Red Devils suffered a 2-0 defeat to Manchester City courtesy of goals from John Stones and Fernandinho in the second half.
And the Portuguese-born attacker has called on his teammates to step up their game ahead of their FA Cup third-round meeting with Watford FC at Old Trafford his weekend.
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